Simon, a young German doctor, who is living and working in Marseille, doesn't give any news. His appartment is empty. Valérie, his mother, is desperate. She doesn't understand the reason of...
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Simon, a young German doctor, who is living and working in Marseille, doesn't give any news. His appartment is empty. Valérie, his mother, is desperate. She doesn't understand the reason of his disappearance. Therefore she asks Jens, the former boyfriend of Simon, to come to Marseille and help her out on this research.Written by
a mother looking her son. the boy friend of him. meets, talks, trips. and the answer. nothing new, original or unexpected. and this is the good point. because the story becomes fascinating for the small details and gestures and crumbs of freedom and memories. the feelings. and the states of soul. good performances. and the bitter taste of a clash between fear, need of certitude, hope and an answer who seems be obvious from the first scene. it is a beautiful film because it could be a kind of poem. because the looking for Simon is almost a pretext for discover basic truths. for redefine solitude. for a form of coming age and sexual tension. for a precise portrait of motherhood. and for delicate explore of old sentimental connects. it has the virtue to be an oasis -film. because it could be a sort of mirror for the viewer, support of reflection, drawing of a form of search of yourself.
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